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"Forget about getting it delivered!"...
There are a few "secrets of the
trade" in making your own
pizza; once you know them, it
is not hard to make your own
and it takes very little time. In
fact, after you make it a few
times you'll wonder why I
made such a big deal out of it..
Pizza has become an international food since the toppings
can be extensively varied to meet local variations in taste.
These pizzas consist of the same basic design but include
an exceptionally diverse choice of ingredients, such as
anchovies, egg, pineapple, grilled lamb, coconut,
sauerkraut, eggplant, lamb, couscous, chicken, fish, and
shellfish, meats masala, and non-traditional spices such as curry and Thai sweet chili.
Pizzas can also be made without meat for vegetarians and without cheese for vegans.
Breakfast pizzas are topped with ingredients such as scrambled eggs.
Take-out and frozen pizza are acceptable quickie dinners when you are up against the
clock, but why relegate pizza as a desperation meal? Making your own at home is really not
that difficult or time-consuming. With a bit of careful planning of toppings, you also have a
balanced meal all in one simple package. Luckily, most kids adore pizza, so you can enlist
your children in the process. Learn about the background of pizza before delving into the
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